Mobilize Power Fund to advance Youth Leadership, Gender Justice and more in the
The Third Wave Fund is now accepting applications for Mobilize Power Fund- a rapid response fund that supports the leadership of young women of color, trans, gender non-conforming, queer, and intersex youth under 35 in social movements for direct action, community mobilizing, and healing justice.
The fund was launched because they believe powerful movements need the ability to respond to and heal from immediate threats and opportunities with flexible and responsive funding opportunities.
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Grants can be made for up to $10,000 USD. Larger grants may be made on a case-by-case basis.
Partnership or coalitions of two or more groups can request up to $20,000 USD.
Groups may not be granted more than once within a 6-month period. Groups applying more than once within the year will be considered upon discretion. Grantees who have not completed their follow-up reporting are ineligible for funding until completion.
Youth Leadership: Young women of color and/or trans, gender non-conforming, intersex activists, and/or queer youth under 35 are a core part of planning and decision-making processes. Campaigns, efforts, or organizations are led by and for communities impacted by the event or situation you’re responding to.
Gender Justice Focus: Your political analysis and project show how the issue(s) you’re responding to address or are connected to patriarchy, transphobia, homophobia, gender inequity, or gender-based violence. Gender Justice activism includes racial justice, economic justice, immigration justice, reproductive justice, health & HIV/AIDS justice, trans/intersex/queer justice, disability justice, healing justice, anti-violence and/or anti-criminalization work.
Community Power Building: Your proposal’s strategies and activities help build power for youth-led gender justice activism, organizing, and/or healing in your communities, and are connected to the goal(s), outcome(s), and/or changes you want as a result of your proposed actions.
Urgency or Time-Sensitivity: The event or situation you’re responding to was unanticipated, requires urgent or timely action, and/or leverages recent attention or media coverage.
Organizational Need: They will prioritize organizations with budgets under $500,000 and that are based in areas with limited access to philanthropic resources.
This Fund May Support
Actions against criminalization and violence
Urgent community organizing or direct action
Unanticipated legislative or ballot initiative campaigns
Leadership training or participatory action research
Healing and healing justice work
Legal or bail fees
Marches or rallies
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Organizations do not need a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status or a fiscal sponsor to receive funding. They make this clear to strongly encourage grassroots organizations, groups, and collectives led by and for young people of color and low-income communities to apply.
For more information, visit https://www.thirdwavefund.org/mobilize-power-fund.html